Click to enlarge1991 Topps Baltimore Orioles Baseball Card Team Set

The 1991 Topps Baltimore Orioles Team Set contains 32 Baltimore Orioles baseball cards including Star Players like Cal Ripken Jr, Curt Schilling and Greg Olson. All cards in the set are listed below.

5 Cal Ripken - 10 Gregg Olson - 42 Chris Hoiles - 73 Craig Worthington - 97 Brady Anderson - 127 Joe Price - 150 Cal Ripken - 163 Dave Johnson - 179 Pete Harnisch - 212 Steve Finley - 249 Bob Melvin - 296 Mark Williamson - 319 Jeff McKnight - 324 Ron Kittle - 349 Dave Gallagher - 377 Rene Gonzales - 385 Mickey Tettleton - 416 Randy Milligan - 468 Tim Hulett - 497 Ben McDonald - 512 Jose Mesa - 521 Joe Orsulak - 546 Jeff Ballard - 569 Curt Schilling - 598 Sam Horn - 639 Frank Robinson - 653 Anthony Telford - 677 Billy Ripken - 708 John Mitchell - 724 David Segui - 758 Mike Devereaux - 788 Bob Milacki



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